Brisbane things to do

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Queen Street Mall

With more than 700 retailers calling this mall home, over 26 million visitors come here to shop every year! At the centre of Brisbane City, the Queen Street Mall boasts a host of brands from local, national and international labels. Queens Plaza is the prize of the mall, with celebrated attractions for all the family to enjoy.

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Instantly linked to Australia, Koalas are a much-loved part of the country's culture. A welcome place to see these lovely creatures is at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. You'll also get the chance to learn more about them and their conservation efforts. This sanctuary is also home to kangaroos, Tasmanian devils and wombats.

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Moreton Island

Similar to the popular Fraser Island, Moreton Island is a sand island. The difference is that this getaway offers a brilliant environment for snorkelling, sand boarding, dolphin spotting and a variety of water sports. Climb the sand dunes, or get your scuba diving gear on and visit the Tangalooma Wreck - vibrant with coral and tropical fish.

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Brisbane International Film Festival

Celebrate film at the Brisbane International Film Festival, held each year during July. This is a great time to combine your luxury holiday with your love of cinema! Even if you don't get to see the entire selection, you can relax on the South Bank with the best local wine and read all the reviews from the event.

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The River Cruise

The River Cruise is a super way to explore Brisbane and see all of the capital's beautiful sunny character. See sights such as the city skyline, the Story Bridge and the Southbank Parklands. Relax as a boat cruise takes you on a tour of the area, and enjoy a fine meal in the middle of stunning surroundings.

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